#### 2024-25 Seminar Schedule

Rutgers Logic Seminar Announcement
Rutgers Logic Seminar: Mondays

Hill Center
#### Monday 3:30pm, Hill 705

#### Fall 2024 Seminar Schedule

- Sept 16th, Maxwell Levine, University of Freiburg
- TBA

- Sept 30th, Su Gao, University of North Texas
- TBA

#### Spring 2024 Schedule

- Jan 22nd, Will Boney, Texas State
- Building generalized indiscernibles in nonelementary classes with
set theory

- Jan 29th, Jenna Zomback, Maryland
- Boundary actions of free semigroups

- Feb 5th, Filippo Calderoni, Rutgers
- The L-space conjecture and descriptive set theory

- Feb 12th, Gunter Fuchs, CUNY
- Blurry HOD: a hierarchy of inner models

- Feb 19th, Artem Chernikov, Maryland
- Intersecting sets in probability spaces and Shelah's classification

- Mar 4th, Sean Cox, Virginia Commonwealth
- Sparse systems, CH, and Denjoy-Carleman classes

- Mar 18th, Fanxin Wu, Rutgers
- Diamond on Omega

- Mar 25th, Arthur Apter, CUNY
- A Choiceless Answer to a Question of Woodin

- April 8th, Jing Zhang, Toronto. Special
time: 4pm.
- Squares, ultrafilters and forcing axioms

- April 15th, Mark Poor, Cornell
- Shelah groups in ZFC

- April 22nd, Dave Marker, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Rigid real closed fields

- April 29th, Gabe Goldberg, Berkeley
- Generalizations of the Ultrapower Axiom

#### Fall 2023 Seminar Schedule

- Sept 11th, Tom Benhamou, Rutgers
- The Tukey order on ultrafilters, the Galvin property, and the
Ultrapower Axiom

- Sept 18th, Alex Kruckman, Wesleyan
- The complexity of ages admitting a universal limit structure

- Sept 25th, Dima Sinapova, Rutgers
- Mutual stationarity and the failure of SCH

- Oct 2nd, Philip Stetson, Rutgers
- Characterizing LEF groups

- Oct 16, Justin Moore, Cornell
- Large minimal non-σ-scattered linear orders

- Oct 23rd, Forte Shinko, Berkeley
- Equivalence relations classifiable by actions of Polish abelian groups

- Oct 30th, Filippo Calderoni, Rutgers
- Condensation and solvable left-orderable groups

- Nov 13th, Paul Ellis, Rutgers
- Finite Tukey Morphisms

- Nov 20th, Alexei Miasnikov, Stevens Institute of Technology
- First-order classification, non-standard models, and interpretations

- Dec 4th, Joel Hamkins, Notre Dame
- The computable model theory of forcing

- Dec 11th, Eyal Kaplan, Berkeley
- Preserving the Ultrapower Axiom in forcing extensions

*Dinner follows*

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File date: 6/2023